Sustainable Development Goals – 2030

    The Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) or Global Goals are a collection of 17 interlinked global goals designed to be a "shared blueprint for peace and prosperity for people and the planet, now and into the future". The SDGs were set up in 2015 by the United Nations General Assembly (UN-GA) and are intended to be achieved by 2030. They are included in a UN-GA Resolution called the 2030 Agenda or what is colloquially known as Agenda 2030. The SDGs were developed in the Post-2015 Development Agenda as the future global development framework to succeed the Millennium Development Goals which were ended in 2015. 

      In February 2016, the 19th resolution of the Great State Khural of Mongolia approved the "Mongolia Sustainable Development Concept" in line with the program. As a result of this concept, our country will be in the leading ranks of middle-income countries in terms of per capita income, have many sectors of the economy that are growing steadily, and will have a stable democratic government dominated by the middle and wealthy middle class in the social sphere, maintaining ecological balance.

      The Ministry of Construction and Urban Development and the Agency to implement the "Sustainable Development Concept of Mongolia-2030" and publicize the role and importance of spatial data infrastructure in meeting the "17 Sustainable Development Goals", an international conference on "The Role and Importance of Spatial Data Infrastructure in Meeting Sustainable Development Goals" was organized in Ulaanbaatar in 2018 in order to discuss and find solutions to the problems.

    Also, the Agency, in cooperation with the UNGGIM, has started implementing the project "Strengthening the spatial information management capacity of developing countries in the implementation of the 2030 Program of Sustainable Development"-1819D, and the stage of research and analysis of needs for our country has been successfully completed.

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